Billie Eilish smiling and texting on her mobile phone

Billie Eilish set to be a movie producer in Peggy Lee’s “Fever”!

Billie Eilish, her mother actress Maggie Baird, and Darkroom CEO Justin Lubliner are in initial talks to take executive producer roles in “Fever” a movie about pop-culture icon Peggy Lee. Scroll down as we reveal how the “Bad Guy” singer is getting ready to work behind the scenes to get her first credit as a producer of a major film! 

  • Peggy Lee was the first female artist nominated for a Grammy Award for Record of the year in 1958, at the first Grammy Awards ceremony
  • She was nominated for her incredible version of "Fever," the song that was a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • The legendary star won a Grammy for her comeback hit "Is That All There Is?" in 1969, receiving the award for best contemporary female vocal performance.
  • Hollywood star Michelle Williams will play Peggy Lee in the forthcoming biopic directed by Todd Haynes, with Billie Eilish eyeing up an EP role in the movie.
Billie Eilish posing for a promotional image of her new documentary

We know that multitalented Billie Eilish is not only one of the biggest artists in music. She has also directed and produced her own music videos, including the amazingly creative concept for “Everything I Wanted.” To watch the making of “Therefore I Amclick here.

Justin Lubliner and Billie Eilish at 2020 Grammys

Eilish is in talks to produce the movie “Fever” together with her mother Maggie Baird and Darkroom founder and CEO Justin Lubliner. Todd Haynes will direct Peggy Lee’s forthcoming biopic and Michelle Williams is on board for the starring role.

Actress Michelle Williams to play Peggy Lee in movie biopic. 

Lubliner wants to encourage the singer in her artistic endeavors and he is an executive producer on Eilish’s upcoming “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry” documentary out on February 26th.

Justin Lubliner and Billie Eilish in Los Angeles

Darkroom founder and CEO Lubliner has been recognized on Billboard on 40 Under 40, as leading executives that help to establish artists in the entertainment industry. He supported the five-time Grammy Award winner to release the James Bond theme “No Time To Die” in 2020.

Legendary singer and songwriter Peggy Lee 

The 19-year-old singer-songwriter has cited Lee as an inspiration.

“I used to listen to tons of old music: Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee, Etta James, Johnny Mathis, and people like that, where all the songs had a perfect songwriting structure.”

Eilish is also working on her second album, the follow-up to her record-breaking debut album, 2019’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? She recently posted an Instagram photo of herself in the studio revealing the record is "almost done."

Natalie Baldwin

Graphic Designer graduated from University of Southern California. Bookworm. Nature, coffee and books are my best friends.+ info

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